OBITUARY

Pamela Ann (Stephens) Walton

April 4, 1961March 22, 2020
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Pamela Ann (Stephens) Walton passed away on March 22, 2020.

Pamela was born on April 4, 1961 in Jacksonville, Florida to the late Albert James Stephens, Sr. and Cora Belle Morris Stephens. Of eleven siblings, three preceded her in death, Elizabeth Holmes, Albert "Buck eye" James, Jr, and Brenda Stephens.

She was a 1979 graduate of Paxon Senior High School in Jacksonville, Florida. She attended Albany Junior College in Albany, Georgia and the Nurses Assistant Training Program and Turner Job Corps Center in Albany, Georgia. She worked in the healthcare industry and was a Certified Nursing Assistant at Nurse Care of Buckhead.

She was also preceded by her son, Derrick Walton.

Pamela's life and love will forever be remembered and cherished by her children, Cheryl Walton (Delano) of Ellenwood, Georgia and Kevin Walton (Ysatis) of Decatur, Georgia; grandchildren, Samantha Walton, Jazaria Walton, Blaire Walton, Olivia Robinson and Bryce Walton; aunts, Willie Mae Morris of Jacksonville, Florida and Gladys McIntyre of Fort Lauderdale, Florida; mother-in-law, Georgia Walton of Decatur, Georgia; sisters, Agnes Turner (Raymond) of Tallahassee, Florida, Linda Stephens of Albany, Georgia, Wanda Moore (Melvin) of Tallahassee, Florida and Catherine Stephens of Jacksonville, Florida; brothers, Alvin Stephens of Jacksonville, Florida, David Stephens of Jacksonville, Florida and Ollie Terrell of Albany, Georgia; a host of nieces, nephews, other relatives and dear friends.

Friends are invited to celebrate Pamela's life through public viewing on Friday, March 27, 2020 from 5:00PM-7:00PM at Horis A. Ward Funeral Home-Fairview Chapel, 376 Fairview Road, Stockbridge, Georgia 30281.

Due to the COVID-19 regulations, the memorial service will be private. We strongly advise friends to send messages, photos or videos to www.mem.com/09096609.

Thank you for your prayers and cooperation.

Services

  • Visitation Friday, March 27, 2020

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Monique Patrick

March 28, 2020

I am going to miss my quick wit Auntie we would always go back and fourth bothering each other with jokes!! Man I miss the days we would all get together talking and joking around. You will be missed Auntie RIP

Jarvis Terrell

March 27, 2020

My condolences go out to the children and grandchildren of Pam. My fondest of Pam will always be her smile and laugh. No matter the issue or occasion she always seem to maintain that smile. Pam you will be missed dearly.

Antionetta Neal

March 27, 2020

Pamela, we gonna miss you on 11-7. Who's gonna make our coffee now? I really enjoyed the time that I spent on the job with you hearing all about your grandbabies. I wish I would've known the night you called Earnestine & me it was gonna be our last time hearing your voice. God be with your family.

With Love,
Antionetta
Earnestine

Wanda Moore

March 27, 2020

Ann was my protector during our school years from elementary through high school. I had a big mouth, would get in trouble, but she would always come to my rescue. We were 11 months apart and a few days. She would tease me that I was jealous and would not even give her a year to celebrate her birthday by herself. I know she will still be looking over me on April 4 and say what she always say " I got 11 months to be older than you" and she would laugh. I will miss seeing your caller ID and wonder how long will we be on tbe phone. LOL. I will miss you, but I know you are at peace. Love, Wanda

Jarvis Terrell

March 26, 2020

My condolences go out to the children and grandchildren of Pam. My fondest memory of Pam was her smile. No matter the issue or occasion she always seem to maintain that smile. Pam you will be missed dearly.

Aquilla Deanes

March 26, 2020

Pam was the person, who always made me laugh, you could never have a dull moment with her. At the height of her silliness I would tell her she was special, to which she would reply "You said I was extra special". I will miss you my extra special friend. ❤

Jessica Ross

March 26, 2020

I will miss Pam dearly. The toughest small person I know. 😊 She said what she meant and meant what she said. My heart goes out to the family. She was definitely one of a kind. I still can't figure out how she was prepared for any situation. Lol. And kept everything so organized. I'm going to miss your laugh.❤

Sylvia Forman

March 26, 2020

Pam was a beautiful woman inside and out. She was a polite and kind and caring person. She love and touch everyone around her. She especially love her kids. I remember when she found out she was becoming a grandma she was so happy her eyes. Sparkl every time she talk about her grandkids.i am going to miss her.love you pam. Love Sylvia

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